Tag Archives: iPhone

My World Through Instagram

6 Jun

Everyone has been using Instagram for a long time (including me) but I’ve never really posted any of my pictures from it on here. Here is my little collage of some of the photos I’ve taken.

1. Please wait here until you are useful. Thank you. #graffiti #eastlondon, 2. New Marc by Marc Jacobs glasses and newly oranged hair!, 3. Kola Colour Filters for all my photography devices! Sweet!, 4. Royal Opera House, London. Watching amazing ballet right now!, 5. New Dress & New Cardi = Perfect Ballet Outfit. Royal Opera House, here I come!, 6. Coffee and Peppermint Tea in Bristol., 7. Ducky Jnr – the baby duck I rescued after he/she fell off a roof opposite my house and took to the vet., 8. Pretty Painted Shop Window., 9. I have new Hasbeens! Thanks mamma!, 10. Coolest bathroom ever., 11. Pretty Dress. Maybe On Payday…., 12. I heart Swedish Hasbeens., 13. Big Ass Poppies!!

xx Crafty Love from the Crafty Fox xx

pictographs of my so called life

3 Jun

Pictographs is the word I get when I mix pictures and photographs in my head. I don’t know if anyone else uses it but I do. And does anyone else make up words by mixing two together? Bad example – chillax = chill+relax. Let me know if you do. I’m always on the lookout for new words to use and confuse people with! Haha.

So I thought I’d share with you a few pictures I’ve taken on my iPhone over the last week or so. Most have been taken with apps and I’ll put the links up here if you want to check them out.

(1,2,3+4 – ShakeIt; 5 – CrossProcess; 6+7 – Hipstamatic)

My mum and I visited the Hummingbird Bakery today (my second time this week after going with Kim) and I had to take before and after pictures of our time there! Yummy, yummy Red Velvet Cupcake with cream cheese frosting for me and a Chocolate Cupcake with chocolate icing and sprinkles for my mum, both with soya lattes. We also had lunch together at an amazing vegan/vegetarian cafe in Bethnal Green called The Gallery Cafe. It’s one of my favourite places and they have loads of events (both free and pay for) which are worth going along too. Whilst we were in Central London we also stopped by Cloth House on Berwick Street and I got some nice striped jersey fabric to make a skirt out of, using this tutorial I found through Toni’s blog.

The other pictures have stories which I’d love to share also, but at the moment I don’t have the time to. If you want to know about them then leave me a comment and I’ll fill you in! For now, I’ll leave you to get on with your Thursday. I’m working on my ‘C’ post for My Alphabet and I’m really looking forward to sharing it with you!!

xx Crafty Love from a Crafty Fox xx